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    hello mam/sir,

    Iam jyoti lives in INDIA.I am studying M.B.A(MASTER DEGREE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION).I HAVE GONE THROUGH YOUR NEW CONCEPT(Recycles Old Idea To Create Sustainable Textiles).trust me i love this concept,and i would like to work with you as an intern.i believe if you train me as an intern your concept will get more exposure .people will get to know about this.

    i really want to work with you.looking forward for your reply

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